Speaking alongside her daughter on Loose Women early last year, the pop star turned actress said: 'I can't... no way I'm being a grandmother or granny or nanny. We looked up names on the internet. I'm going to be Lolly.' … [Read more...] about Kym Marsh, 43, displays her incredible physique and rippling abs in a striped bikini as she enjoys gym and spa day with her pal
The given day
Sentimental Dad, you are someone I will always look up to no matter how tall I’ve grown I have a hero. I call him dad Dad, I know you’ve loved me since I was born, but I’ve loved you my whole life I am as lucky as can be, for the world’s best dad belongs to me Dad, you have given me the greatest gift anyone could give another person, you believed in me Funny I hope this Father’s Day is as fun as your life was before you had kids Thanks for the genes that provided my crazy good looks dad I love how we don’t have to say out loud that I’m your favourite child Dad I just wanted to say congratulations, I turned out perfectly Love from your favourite financial burden Dad, please accept this Father's Day card as a token of my poverty You're the best dad I could have asked for...until you start dancing It's no coincidence that "he farts" is an anagram of "Fathers", happy Father's Day What quotes can you use? Barack Obama - "Any fool can have a … [Read more...] about Happy Father’s Day! Card quotes, poems and inspiration to write your dad a perfect message
Professor Anna Cox, study co-author at UCL, said: 'People who play such games after a stressful day at work should know they are likely to be gaining a real benefit.' … [Read more...] about Tricky smartphone games ‘are BETTER than mindfulness apps’ for reducing stress after a hard day’s work because they distract you from real life
There were 74 flood warnings and 150 alerts in place yesterday and more heavy rain is expected across most of Wales and the North of England tomorrow, with experts saying flooding and power cuts are likely. … [Read more...] about UK has given £8million of flood aid to India, China & Brazil – so why are deluge-hit Brits being forsaken?
Ashleigh, 30, an experienced chef who lost his job in January after a row with his manager (probably triggered, he says, by his drug use) is currently sleeping outside theatre foyers, sometimes in Drury Lane, sometimes in St Martin’s Lane, usually near to a 56-year-old long-term rough sleeper who is kind to him. “It is quite scary to be on your own. I have known people who have had their sleeping bags set on fire. There is always that worry in your mind,” he says. “The majority of people are nice, but drunk people do take advantage. They can throw stuff or be verbally abusive, shouting: ‘Why aren’t you getting a job. You are worthless. Why are you on the streets?’” … [Read more...] about ‘Every day is a struggle’: rough sleeping on the rise in London